Watson Farley posts double-digit revenue rise for 2010-11
Watson Farley & Williams has posted its 2010-11 financial results, with turnover at the firm rising 11%. The firm has seen revenue increase to £88.8m this year, up from £80.2m in 2009-10, while profits per equity partner (PEP) grew 2.2% to reach £458,000. The results are similar to the firm's financial performance in 2009-10, when it saw turnover rise by 9.1% and PEP grow 4.2%.
Watson Farley & Williams has posted its 2010-11 financial results, with turnover at the firm rising 11%.
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